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Have you ever felt that all of your content marketing efforts were useless? Have you ever felt like no one is listening or watching”?
When I started out, I would feel like this all of the time.
However, recently, I got a bunch of secret audio messages from a few NEW students.
They had just registered for our Podcast Your Brand Accelerator and was thrilled to get started.
In one of their messages, they talked about how they would rarely listen to my podcast on the daily.
In fact, it was the direct opposite, but something shocking happened at the end of the message.
Through this, I found the importance of posting content even when you believe no one is watching.
It's not only showing yourself the dedication you have to your message, but you might be surprised at who is actually listening.
Podcasting is SUCH a powerful tool to help spread your message.
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In the last 4 weeks, I have posted only a few NEW pieces of content. We went from daily postings on social to almost none.
Truth be told, it was a bit drastic, but it needed to be done.
There are times in your business where you need to take action every day, but there are other times where you MUST find space and rediscover your mission and your gifts.
The art of zooming out has always been a strategy that we use with our private clients to get instant clarity on what to pursue next.
As the saying goes, "less is more"
Discover the art of zooming out in this episode and ask yourself if you are applying it in your business and life.
Depending on where you are at in business, going to events constantly and different masterminds can either hinder your success or give you the insights necessary to take things to the next level
Recently, I had the opportunity of attending 5+ LIVE events which totaled as a $20,000+ investment in my business as well as myself.
These are the 4 core lessons I discovered from attending the events live...
This way, you don't have to attend them LIVE and you can leverage my thoughts and experiences in building up your movement and legacy!
The last few weeks, I have taken some time to reflect on my life and business. I remembered this story with Wayne Dyer and water. It impacted how I operate on a daily basis.
Hopefully, by discovering the water story, you can step into success and abundance as well.
It's essentially guaranteed to happen (if you are willing to go there)
You can learn A LOT from how someone tells their origin story. It can either dazzle or dull your audience.
It can either pull them in or repel those that you want listening.
Recently, I got a chance to be interviewed by Tanveer Mostafa, a recent graduate of Univerity of Ottawa. The same university that I graduated from a few years back.
He runs the podcast called "Fresh Outta College" and asked to interview me.
In this episode, we talked about
- the importance and significance of business school
- the first business I ran (in the painting industry)
- how I landed my first job
- how I was able to quit that job a couple years later
- and so much more!
If you enjoy this episode, so go over to https://apple.co/2lgt3jW and show him some love by leaving a review on his show.
This year, I have been investing my time, money and energy in surrounding myself with next level changemakers. People that are making serious income as well as serious impact.
Sara Fennell is one of these individuals.
She runs the podcast called "The Fulfillment Project" and I was recently featured on her show.
It debuted as the #4 marketing show on iTunes and is still climbing the charts!
She was kind enough to let me repurpose the interview here to share with you all.
In this episode, we talk about the future of content marketing, my origin story in being a creator, and the story of my parents starting off in bankruptcy and what it taught me about business.
If you enjoy this episode, so go over to apple.co/2JvuWaZ and show her some love.
This is the single best piece of advice I received in my last three decades as a human being.
It all started a few years ago...
And I was recently reminded of it earlier this week.
Thought you might enjoy hearing what it is...
And discover how you can apply it too!
Cameron Herold was an entrepreneur from day 1. At age 21 he had 14 employees. By 35, he’d help build his first two $100 Million Dollar companies. By the age of 42, Cameron engineered 1-800-GOT-JUNK?’s spectacular growth from $2 million to $106 million in revenue and 3,100 employees — and he's done that in just six years. His companies landed over 5,200 media placements in the same six years, including coverage on Oprah.
He is the mastermind behind hundreds of companies’ exponential growth. Cameron’s built a dynamic consultancy - his current clients include a “Big 4” wireless carrier and a monarchy.
He is also the author of the global best selling business book Double Double - in its 7th printing and in multiple translations around the world.
Cameron is a top-rated international speaker and has been paid to speak in 26 countries.
He is also the top-rated lecturer at EO / MIT’s Entrepreneurial Masters Program and a powerful and effective speaker at Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operation Officer leadership events around the world.
He is the host of the highly acclaimed podcast; Second in Command, the Chief behind the Chief.
And in this episode, we are going to be deep diving into his newest book; Vivid Visions.
Over the last 3 years, one of the most critical pieces of personal and business growth has been relationship capital.
This is the thinking that you will need to build greater relationship capital in your life.